3DX Industries, Inc., a state of the art manufacturer specializing in 3D metal printing, has been selected as a featured company in McGraw-Hill Global Educations latest manufacturing publication released on April 30, 2018.
The Company hosted a tour of its facility with representatives from McGraw-Hill Global Education (McGraw-Hill) with the focus on 3DX’s binder jet additive processes used in its 3D Metal printing division. 3DX Industries will be featured in the Machining and CNC Technology 4th Edition, by McGraw Hill. The binder jet additive process used at 3DX Industries will be highlighted in the chapter on Advancing Technology.
“We are extremely proud of our accomplishments in the area of 3D Metal printing and to be approached by a company such as McGraw-Hill to have their representative’s tour our facility for content in their publication truly validates that we are on the right track with our manufacturing techniques and processes,” stated 3DX President and CEO, Roger Janssen.
The book will be published in four languages including English, Chinese, Portuguese and East Indian. “The exposure that 3DX will receive on an international scale from the distribution of this publication will be very positive for the company” commented Mr. Janssen. “We are appreciative of McGraw-Hill Education and their representatives including Mr. Michael Fitzpatrick for not only selecting 3DX Industries to be a part of this but for using their influence to help educate the manufacturing community on this exciting new process. We have always believed in this technology and we are pleased to see it getting additional global exposure.”
Mr. Fitzpatrick comments, “It was a pleasure to meet with Roger and his staff at 3DX Industries, and we are appreciative of their time and efforts to show us around their facility. It was great to see first-hand from start to finish the process’s used by 3DX in the manufacturing of parts for their customers using binder additive technology. It is important to have current information available to educational professionals on this manufacturing process. To see companies such as 3DX as committed to the education and advancement of the technology really illustrates their dedication in this area.”